Historical Markers in
Greene County, Tennessee

Address by President Lincoln An Early Home Andrew Johnson Andrew Johnson Andrew Johnson Andrew Johnson Andrew Johnson and Eliza Johnson Grave Marker Andrew Johnson and Family Andrew Johnson Homestead Andrew Johnson National Cemetery Andrew Johnson National Historic Site Andrew Johnson National Historic Site Austin Company Baileyton / Oakland Seminary Battle of Blue Springs Battles of Blue Springs Benjamin Lundy Blue Springs Church and Cemetery Blue Springs Lutheran Congregation Bridge Burners Bridge Burners Monument Bright Hope Industries Cabin of Three States Capitol of State of Franklin Carter's Station Classic American La France Death of Gen. John Hunt Morgan Death of John Morgan Dickson - Williams Mansion Ebenezer Edward Chalmers Huffaker Ellen “Nelly” VanVactor Execution of the "Bridge-Burners" First Institution of Higher Learning West of the Allegheny Mountains First Presbyterian Church General Morgan Inn George Clem School Governor John Sevier Greene County / Hawkins County Greene County Civil War Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church Greeneville Union Convention Greeneville, Tennessee Greeneville, Tennessee Greenville Cumberland Presbyterian Church Harmony House Henderson’s Station Historic Roaring Spring Home of Andrew Johnson James H. Quillen United States Courthouse John Gloucester John H. Morgan Magnavox Margaret Johnson Patterson Bartlett / Andrew Johnson McKee Street "Flagship of Greeneville Mayoralty" Old Harmony Graveyard Olde Greene County Gaol Opera House Pottertown Bridge Burners Preserving the President’s Legacy Robert Kerr Roll of Honor – Greene County Sally Bohannon Samuel Doak House Sgt. Elbert L. Kinser The Band Perry The Big Spring The Dickson - Williams Mansion The Heart of the Household The Home of the 17th President The Homestead Grounds The Old Brick Church Tusculum College Tusculum College Unionist Stronghold Valentine Sevier Home Veterans Memorial Virginia Hall 1901 Winter Headquarters "I Have Wrestled With Poverty"